Back at the workroom, Nick, Andrae, and Diana are working on the thirteenth design. Andrae interviews that they will be making "a dress, or some permutation thereof." Santino has pulled it off before while under the same pressure, but he has also not. But Andrae feels good. He thinks they are in a good space for creating. In his interview, Andrae's wearing an orange polo with a blue t-shirt underneath. Those colors really work for him. I don't even like orange that much, but Andrae looks smashing. With eighteen hours remaining before the fashion show, the designers return to the workroom. "Hi kids, Mama's home," says Santino. He explains in an interview that his collection's theme is 1940s Hollywood glamour and okay, I just needed to finish yawning there. So, his theme is seen-it-before Hollywood, and Andrae has some ideas for the thirteenth design that will fit in with the rest of the collection. I'm not trying to rag on the guy, but Hollywood glamour? I just can't get excited about that.
Later, Tim Gunn enters the workroom. Hey, there's Danyelle! I guess the helping hand's model will be modeling the thirteenth design. That's good, because Danyelle was a sweetheart. And the dress looks great. Tim thinks it's beautiful. Santino interviews that it is "amazingly beautiful." Everyone aboard the Santino ship seems very relieved.
Daniel tells Tim that the thirteenth design is "by far a benefit." He says that Nick did a very good job sewing it and that it "invigorates the collection." Tim says that he knew the challenge would be good for Daniel. I wonder why. Is it because Daniel's designs seemed to hit the mark more when they were challenges that removed him from his comfort zone? Or did he just think something was missing from Daniel's collection? Daniel says to the cameras that the dress accentuates and pulls the collection together. It adds an element that was needed.